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SEC Headlines – 11/7/11 Part Two

1.  The SEC has handed out its Players of the Week.

2.  The league still has three teams in the Top 10 of the BCS standings — LSU (#1), Alabama (#3), and Arkansas (#8).

3.  Despite suffering an arm injury late in Florida’s game against Vanderbilt, John Brantley will be ready to go against Carolina on Saturday.

4.  Charlie Weis pulled out the Pistol formation last weekend and it helped the Gators create an inside running game.

5.  If Georgia beats Auburn and USC loses to Florida this weekend, the East race will go to the Dawgs.

6.  Did you see UGA tight end Aron White get stuck in the Sanford Stadium hedges on Saturday?

7.  AD Greg McGarity says there will be no nine-game schedule in the SEC.   (Give it time.  It’s the only scenario that will work.)

8.  Even after freshman Max Smith’s record-setting debut as Kentucky’s quarterback, Joker Phillips says his offense is “far from fixed.”

9.  John Calipari wants Anthony Davis and the rest of his Wildcats to toughen up.

10.  Carolina quarterback Connor Shaw — concussed on Saturday night — might not be able to play against Florida this weekend.

11.  The Cocks will try to beat Florida at noon ET and then they’ll do some television viewing as Georgia meets Auburn.

12.  Quarterback Justin Worley gave Tennessee a lift… against MTSU.

13.  The Vol defense has started forcing turnovers, but it needs to force a few more.

14.  Vanderbilt’s loss to Florida dropped them under .500 for the first time this season and they remain winless on the road at 0-3.

15.  Outside gunner John Jenkins wants to improve his defense for the Dores’ basketball team.


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